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So Long, Farewell, Au Revoir, Adios

Although I am still reading, ranting and raving, I am no longer writing romance as a career/hobby/vocation. Thus, it seems a bit inappropriate to continue writing a blog about writing. I hope you’ll join me on either of my other blogs — or preferably both. I love sharing my adventures and look forward to reading your comments. Continue reading

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Shots in the Head: A Post About Alopecia

It’s shocking to comb your hair after a shower and discover a bald spot that wasn’t there the day before. It doesn’t matter if you’ve been — as my Grandpa would say — bald as a cue ball in the … Continue reading

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Why Romance?

For some NaNoWriMo fun, I’m sharing this post on how to write a romance. I hope you’ll find it an amusing break from your writing efforts. Reblogged on WordPress.com Source: Why Romance?

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You Can’t Expect the Unexpected

“Expect the unexpected.”
Can someone please explain to me how this phrase makes any sense? Continue reading

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Travel Magic in Chincoteague

Travel Magic — Magic happens when you travel. “I’ll go if you get me across the bridge.” That’s what T said when asked if she’d do a Road Scholar bike trip with me on Chincoteague Island. I don’t much care for … Continue reading

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How to Create a Legacy

How do you create a legacy? If you’re a philanthropic billionaire, you might donate money to a school or a hospital or a children’s home in the hope they’ll name it after you. If you’re an earthbound saint like Mother … Continue reading

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Cancer Lesson #77: It’s Not Always All About Me

Source: Cancer Lesson #77: It’s Not Always All About Me

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Taking Stock — Ends and New Beginnings

About six months ago, I realized I was done with writing romance, a conclusion that may or may not prove final. The joy was gone, and all I could see was how little I seemed to have accomplished in the more than … Continue reading

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Time to Spare, Go by Air

Travelling in a small plane is sometimes an adventure, mainly because weather plays such a large role in both timing of a trip and whether you can fly at all. Last weekend, we planned to fly to Montgomery, New York and back on Saturday. Unfortunately, … Continue reading

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It’s Time to Pack for Oshkosh

So, I thought I’d share my top ten list of things to pack. Top Ten Things to Pack for Oshkosh #1 Comfortable shoes. I cannot emphasize this enough. Define “comfortable shoes” as ones that don’t give you blisters even when you walk … Continue reading

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